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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Waterpik Aquarius Professional Water Flosser, White Satin Base with Crystal Clear Reservoir

I start with I like the appliance.  It does a very nice job and has good water pressure.  I
like the three year warranty because I seem to be tough on Waterpiks.
  I quote my wife on the pik storage, "that's dumb!"  There are two little holes that are accessible by lifting the lid to get to them and tiny fingers are definitely better at getting them out. 

Inserting and removing the piks works smoothly.   The timer alert to tell you how long you are doing what you are doing seems silly.  I fill the unit with water and use it until the water is gone.   The LED setting light is cool but of limited utility, my guess it was used so the Pik would look cool.  The On/Off button on the handle works just fine but when you turn off the WaterPik while water is running, the water stops but the noise of the Pik rises to the level of a 55 Chevy with a heavy engine knock.  I almost dropped the handle as the loudness of the blocked water flow and motor noise was at such a startling volume.  

With all that said, it is a good appliance.  It has some unnecessary bells and whistles and "dumb" pik storage but overall a very good waterpik. 

From the vendor:
The Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser includes 7 tips
Enjoy the variety of flosser tips: (3) Classic, and (1) each of the Pik Pocket, Plaque Seeker, Orthodontic, and Toothbrush tips.
The Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser provides 90-seconds of water capacity use.
The Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser provides 10 levels of water pressure settings, for optimum control.
Enjoy the convenient on/off water control in the handle of the Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser.
The Waterpik Aquarius features an LED display
Easily see the flossing mode and other operation details with the LED information panel.
The Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser features a new 1-minute timer with 30-second 
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